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A presidential decree was published on Monday February 8, 2021 in Le Moniteur Special N°9: "Decree putting the citizens into retirement Yvickel Dieujuste Dabrézil, Wendelle Coq Thelot and Joseph Mécène Jean Louis, Judges at the Court of Cassation". Let us recall that these three judges were approached by the opposition to replace President Jovenel Moïse in case of departure See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-32974-haiti-flash-haiti-has-2-presidents.html
President Moïse stays the course
On Monday, President Moïse presided over an extraordinary Council of Ministers at the National Palace. "The Government is taking all measures to ensure the safety of the population, while staying the course on its priorities : the electrification of the country, the referendum and the elections."
An American Congressman on the opposition side
There is no chance of a real election, a real democracy in Haiti as long as Jovenel Moise remains in power, tweeted on Sunday, Democratic Congressman Andy Levin.
Jacmel : 10 stabbed wounded
Sunday February 7, according to the results of the PNH, at least 10 people (6 men and 4 women) were stabbed wounded and 2 others arrested during the course of the 29th edition of the Carnival of Jacmel in the department of Southeast, Sunday February 7, 2021.
Denial of the Minister of Justice
"The Ministry of Justice has no given instructions to close the main entrance to the Court of Cassation. The barrier is always closed by the guard, to be reopened every morning. In addition, the National Police of Haiti, to avoid any operation of 'déchoucage', ensures the external security of the building," specified the Minister of Justice Rockfeller Vincent.
Covid-19 : Closure of the Haitian Consulate General in New York
The Consulate General of Haiti in New York is advising the general public and the Haitian community in particular that its offices will be closed from February 8 to 19, 2021 due to disinfection, in order to reduce the risk of the spread of covid-19. services will resume normally on Monday 22 February 2021 at 9:00 a.m.